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It's fast written, the characters are very well carved out by now and the places of events sizzle with action.
With the release of his 3rd novel - "The Venetian Judgment" - the reader is once again drawn deeply inside the modern spy game where being `burnt', `out of the cold' or in `deep cover' are realities his lead characters face on a daily basis.
Oh dear me. Someone writing a review of this book, which review appeared on the back cover, compared this author favorably with Ludlum and Le Carre. Utter libel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen Lee Price
I have read everything that he has published under the name
David Stone. It is a terrific writer with really great stories.
Micah is an incredible character
The only thing wrong with David stone is that he writes too slowly. His books are far and away the best of all modern espionage offerings. Readers will not be disappointed.Published 18 months ago by bert cupit
I love his characters and the fact that his women are strong. I don't know how to talk about Micah. I have to keep reminding myself that this is fiction, but it reads as real. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nancy Servatius
The Micah Dalton series is a lot of fun. First I love the classic Ludlum like titles. I also like the brutal action, reminds me of a modern take on Ian Fleming. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Andrew Topoulos
I read the first two Micah Dalton books, suspended disbelief, and enjoyed them. Partway through this one, I got tired of the gratuitous slaps at various Democrats and Democratic... Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by J. R. Hardee
Reading this third book in the Micah Dalton series I found myself re-reading entire paragraphs for the sheer pleasure of enjoying the writing. Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by Andrew J. Rózsa
Not only is David Stone a master of the espionage genre, he is a consummate writer as well. He has a marvelous sense of humor, which shines through much of the dialogue and... Read morePublished on October 24, 2011 by ricoliv